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Environment and health
Four Papua New Guinean citizens have received scholarships to complete a Master’s degree in Conservation Management through the University of Papua New Guinea.
Educating local communities on the importance of their cultural heritage is a key step in preserving and promoting the unique culture of Papua New Guinea.
For the first time in Papua New Guinea, and over 2000 years since it was believed to have ended, evidence of Lapita pottery was discovered across seven sites at the LNG Plant during the Project’s construction phase. The unearthing of these materials at the LNG Plant site is extremely important in understanding the human history of settlement in Papua New Guinea.